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of the trial because of a sexually explicit videotape. >> reporter: we spoke to the defense team for michael maurice johnson who said they need to respond to that hearing submitted by the state. the baltimore state's attorney's office wants to show a video that shows phylicia barnes having sex with the defendant's younger brother alongside the sister who is engaged in sexual relations with john covent the defense wanted to keep the tape out of the courtroom for sensitivity for the family but says now it will be used to their advantage. attorneys say it shows barnes and johnson are friendly, which is a different light that was presented in johnson's bail review. we don't know how they believe the tape will support their case against john son. the state wants to close the courtroom when the tape is played but the defense will argue it should romaine hope because that is michael johnson's constitutional right. the trial date is still scheduled for january 22nd this issue will have to be ironed out before then. we'll have are on abc2news.com and abc2 news at 11 as the attorneys speak to us about
off the cliff. >> so you want the sequestration cuts to go ahead, even on defense. i'm just getting breaking news that the president -- >> well, just remember, on defense, we are now spending substantially more, inflation adjusted, than at the height of the vietnam war, when we were waging the cold war and we had 500,000 troops in the field. >> well, cnn has just confirmed, congressman, that the white house, the president will meet with the congressional leadership, both parties tomorrow at the white house. what do you think they need to put on the table and get done tomorrow? what do you want to hear them say? >> john, when did we stop teaching civics in our schools? the president is not supposed to be part of the deliberative process. he heads an entirely separate branch of government with an altogether different purpose. i think we need to go back to the way the government was designed to operate, and that is the deliberative function, in the legislative branch, both the house and the senate, acting independently. and then resolving their differences through conference. that proc
voted pass the tax cut and automatic cut to defense and domestic program starting in the new year. so they shifted the focus for the need for majority leader harry reid and the senate democrats to do something. >> the way the senate is fon functionm right now, not even bringing the bills upper committee is frustrating to those of us in the house that are doing the work that has to be done. if senate wants to resolution, the senate has to actually pass something on this. we have done our work. senate has to respond. >> challenge is determining what passed the republican-led house and democrat-controlled senate. fiscal conservatives say a smaller stop gap measure to avoid the cliff won't work. >> if we, in fact, do not use this period of time before right now, deal with the bigger issue and entitlements, if we just continue to kick the can down the road. the market will respond in a more permanent and negative way to our inaction. >> one thing leading republicans and democrats seem to agree on is time is running short. veteran senate democrat says there is a very small window to get som
from china and from north korea. the new defense minister has revealed plans to strengthen the self-defense forces. he addressed about 600 senior officials from the defense ministry and the self-defense forces on his first day on the job. >> translator: our nation's security is under increasing threat. we need to review our capabilities both in quality and quantity. >> he pointed to the dispute over the senkaku islands in the east china sea. chinese planes have flown into and around japanese air space in the area and chinese ships have sailed into japanese waters. he said he's also concerned about north korea's nuclear and missile development programs. >>> newly released details showed myanmar canceled a visit of sdf vessels out of consideration of china. two ships were scheduled to visit on the way back from mine sweeping drills in the persian gulf. no japanese vessel has ever made a port visit to the country. myanmar was under military rule for almost 25 years. the nation has been strengthening ties with japan and western nations since its transition to civilian rule in march of last year
prepared a detailed plan for defense of saudi oil fields against the iraqis. general colin powell released this statement in part, with the passing of general norman schwarzkopf, america has lost a great patriot and soldier. he has served his country with distinguished patriot him for 35 years. general schwarzkopf could have died in tampa. he was 78 years old. harris: general schwarzkopf could have credited again with leading the u.s. to victory in the first gulf war. stay close. we'll be right back. harris: right now some crime headlines we're keeping an eye on. three police officers wounded in a shooting at a new jersey police station. it happened in gloucester. we're told the man who was in custody there was shot and killed and there is no danger now to the wider public. >>> the trial for craig's list murder suspect richard beasley is being delayed. it was supposed to start next week but has been put off until february so his newly hired attorneys can be put up to speed. he posted help wanted ads on craig's list and robbing and killing people when they responded. >>> a 17-month-old girl
interest in the area. it is intended to solidify its defense on the islands and shoals. nhk world, manila. >> some asean nations are taking a hard stance but sources have revealed that myanmar canceled what would have been the first port call by the self-defense force vessels. myanmar wanted to prevent a strong reaction from china. informed sources say two japanese mine sweepers were due to stop at myanmar's largest city but it was called off at myanmar's request. relations between japan and china remain tense. japan owns the islands, both china and taiwan claim them. myanmar has made other moves out of the consideration for china despite the criticism from the west in november. police in the country cracked down on demonstrations against a copper mine operated by a chinese firm and a firm linked to the military. over 70 protesters were injured and forged close relations with china during the military rule when western countries imposed economic sanctions on the country in the past two decades, investment from china has totalled $14 billion. >>> as china increases its economic and militar
today that defensive lineman justin smith has a partially torn tricep tendon in his left arm justin smith injury the 49ers defensive lineman has a partial tricep tear of a tendon near his left elbow >> you know the we do not want to make any excuses. it has an impact as a great player. however, it is still our responsibility to get the job gun. >> of arden at davis to get the-job done-- >> you kind of knew serious after he missed his first the team is hoping smith can put off surgery until after the season - that the man they call "cowboy" can play through the pain but he's likely out for sunday's regular season finale against arizonaand his status for the playoffs better news for tight end vernon davis who sustained a concussion on this hit - which makes me wince every time i see it - davis was cleared by two doctors to resume non- contact football activity - and was a partial participant in practice today the next steps are for davis to stay symptom free - and then pass the contact testdo that and he can play on sunday still up in the air - who will start at quarterback for the ra
with the ravens. the ravens pulled away. the defensive coordinator laid out what makes him so affective new york he rarely fumbles. >> this knows the work of a four-yard game. this is not a guide who, i have a chance to jump cut it and make a big play or get tackled for a loss, or i could go to more extra yards. that is what he will do. >> yet to make much of a new look on the roster, the orioles. you will see a new look for batting practice. anything further in corporates a cartoon bird works for me. a nice effect in 2012. 1961 cotton ball. revitalizing. critics accuse and. a tie at 34. four plays later, brandon. there he goes. 83 yards. 48-34 is your final. good work in defense. john with the first of the middle. [indiscernible] in front of him. 2 yards out. 29-20. 17,000 in attendance. 8000 at the stadium. >> the intention a yellow pad on the uniforms. i did not listen to anything he said. [laughter] >> this will not be a block busters storm. just a few inches of snow on saturday. we will nail down the exact amount tomorrow. another weak storm on new year's day. we will get snow out of this o
defense companies. it's also other companies that get a lot in the way of government contracts, and there's companies here, get 50% or more of their sales from government contracts. really interesting stuff. it's not just, again, defense companies. you're going to see waste management in there, an environmental company. motorola in there as well. we talked to fidelity. they are concerned as well telling amists to watch for certainly insexes -- indexes and others that cover financials and others cited there. adam: i have friends saying there's no fiscal cliff, it's make believe trumped up by the media and parties to scare people, get rate, and, perhaps bring about policy that's not true. look at the companies, the fact that the government -- look at the contracts that would be canceled, those are people who would lose jobs in several months. the recession that the cbo is legitimate looking at that list. >> that's right, adam. it's interesting because it flushes out what companies basically operate on the iron lung, with an iron lung, because of the government subsidies. it was interesting
't be surprising to see a skate-along through the session. you mentioned defense stocks. the sequester sectors have been doing quite well. financials, obviously. housing stocks on a tear this year. but take a look also at the defense index. the philadelphia defense index, we are very close to all-time highs on this defense index. there are a couple of names to watch within this index. general dynamics, which has had a nice run since about the mid-november time frame or so, announcing today that along with huntingtonengles, it has won a navy submarine contract. and those are secure even if the defense department undergoes sequestration. interesting deal being made there. >> taking a look at some of the biggest names that are among the biggest losers. traders have told us, if you're in the money on a lot of these names, why not take some money off gap for instance, masco. names like that are related to housing and retail. >> and speaking of retail, coors, third straight day of losses for shares of coors. a big winner so far this year. yesterday, citigroup had cautious comments from itses, saying in s
re ntly vowed to address it during his second term. in a statement, the natural resources defense council called jackson an unrivaled champion of our health and environment adding -- thousands of dockworkers along the u.s. east coast and gulf coast are threatening to go on strike this weekend in a dispute over pay. the potential strike by the international longshoremen's association would effect nearly half of the country's ocean bound shipping traffic at 14 points -- ports and mark the first by the group in decades. president obama is facing calls from corporate groups to use emergency powers to rippon the strike. michigan governor rick snyder has signed into law a measure allowing michigan areas to declare bankruptcy or fall under the control of an unelected emergency manager enabled to fire public officials and nullify union contracts. state republicans approved it this month after voters repealed a similar initiative on election day. despite reimposing a measure that was rejected by popular vote, governor snyder said -- was among a number of controversial bills recently advanc
it comes to a number of defense cuts when it hits in their districts a number of them, if it hits companies in their districts well you have to stop defense cuts using an economic argument. when you talk about the $94 billion, well, yes there are economic effects that will be felt, the $94 billion in cuts down as sequester, you have to put that in perspective the sandy supplemental bill started out $60 billion. one storm could wipe out all the savings or. adam: that sandy supplemental bill is 60 billion, 45 billion according to taxpayers for common sense is stimulus spending that doesn't involve the hurricane. dan, i will come back to you after we listen to sound bite from harry reid, senate majority leader commenting on the negotiations today. here is what he said. >> okay. we had a long meeting in the white house. it was very constructive. we hope that it will be bear fruit but that is what we hope ad lot. i think that the next 2 hours will be very instructive what we're able to accomplish. >> was there progress? discussion of a concrete proposal? >> we talked about a lot of things. there
of the earlier missile test. south korea's defense ministry warned that north korea has the capability to fire a missile, but experts say it could be years before pyongyang is able to i'm such a missile with a nuclear warhead. but the concern is if north korea conducts another nuclear test, you could learn more about how to miniaturized technology, which is a key step in building a nuclear weapons program. but of course, we are now just waiting to find out if kim jong-un will take another step and conduct a third nuclear test. back to you. gregg: david is live in bangkok. thank you so much, david. heather: with more on this, let's bring in the director of japan studies at the american enterprise institute. thank you for joining us and i thank you for having me. hello, heather. heather: you have this article that you wrote for the national review online. the very first line of your article says this. save yourself a few precious minutes and ignoring everything that the u.s. government says about north korea. so what is going on? >> welcome the truth is we don't know what is going on. we are pre
out. that's when the secretary of defense found out. they ordered a broader investigation. it came to the president's attention. it is a very rare thing for the president to call over to the pentagon and have to say, what is going on? >> and i'm curious about that. how did that even get on the president's desk? how did he get involved in a day care situation on a military base? >> this is mid-december and this is when the country's focus was on child safety after the massacre and the tragedy in newtown, connecticut. the secretary of defense leon panetta finds out about all this because finally army leaders know the facts and are able to tell him. e he take s it to the president. but it's between late september and mid-december that they keep investigating the other workers here and find those background check problems and they are not dismissed from their jobs between september and mid-december. this goes on and on and on. all of this now the subject of a complete army investigation. >> barbara starr, we're glad you're looking into it. you can watch barbara's entire report tonight
defensive tackle justin injured left arm? we know his status. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, preparations are underway f the ne at >>> here is a sure sign the new year is right around the corner. preparations under way for the big new year's eve ball drop at times square in new york city. today workers installed waterford crystal triangles on the ceremonial ball. more than a billion people across the world expected to watch the ball drop on tv. >>> for the cost of a postage stamp a group of bay area women received a priceless gift. cbs 5 reporter juliette goodrich explains how it all started with a discovery in the thrift store. >> these five cards must have somehow gotten mixed in. >> reporter: pam rousseau was at a thrift store in hayward when she found five cards sealed with handwritten addresses but no stamp. they were tucked away on a lower back shelf. >> the handwriting was scribbly and i wasn't sure if it might be an elderly person or... >> reporter: so she put stamps on them with a note attached explaining who she was and where she had found the letters. this card that pam put a stamp on made
of the defense cuts spending in the sequestered items, but until now, no discussion at all about what happens to the other things other than income tax rates, and that's deflationary. good point. allen harry, seems to me, talk oil, allen, fluxuating, and we had a report that gasoline supplies with a nine month high on weaker demand. oil, is this the range to be stuck in for awhile, do you think? >> no. i think right now, and anything above $90, it's a buy, and as buy nd long in that level. i think we might see 92.50 to 94. there's going to be a parcel package, a sideways range, but not in the 91 range long. we'll break from there and go to 92.5 to 94. ashley: brent, at 110, the benchmark grade if you'd like for more than half the world's crude. do you expect brent to be remain above 100 in the coming year? >> short term, bullish on crude oil. longer term, there's an oversupply now, so longer term, bearish. we are below the hundred dollars in brent, but right now, anything above 110, it's a buy. ashley: long wti and short on brent? >> no, long both. ashley: long both. interesting. >> yeah, lo
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institute of health and cut the defense budget. put republicans in the corner to say you want to bring a bill to the floor? be my guest. am i right? >> bob: my, you are cynical. keep in mind, they said, boehner said he wants to go to the senate. under the constitution, you cannot start a bill on taxes in the senate. has to come from the house. there is a 48-hour limit because you have to have the house of representatives look at it. i think the deal is cut. they will get legislation and vote on it late monday night. >> andrea: do you think a deal is cut? i talk to people and they say no deal. >> eric: there is no deal. they are saying no deal. president obama coming back to d.c. to fix what he broke in the first place. two solid years to deal with it. this is a gimmick, the flying back from hawaii to do this. nothing going over the fiscal cliff. let the tax cut expire. come back in, offer the tax cuts for people under 250. call them obama cuts and get it going. if you are in congress. you make $175,000 a year. you get vacation days off. they go back and smoke cigars, eat steak, drink w
spending categories, national defense, many of what we call the domestic discretionary programs would also be hit. this is a big fiscal wallop to the economy and a lot of economists believe it could cause a double-dip recession. patti ann: on the other hand we are hearing from lawmakers, some at lease on both sides that they would quickly, both houses, the house and senate pass legislation to rollback those tax hikes on at least some americans at the lower end, and that maybe they would end up keeping them for the higher end because once they are in much harder to remove those tax hikes. do you believe that that would happen? patti ann: yeah, look, i think a lot of this is high theater, this is just drama i think it's going to play out probably until december 31st, maybe it will be 11:00pm right before the stroke of midnight in the new year before these guys reach a deal, but i'm predicting they will maybe a deal i. talked to my congressional sources last night, they said the presiden the president in his overtures sounded much more conciliatory like he wanted to reach a deal. they are not
're not getting any tax cuts, and it was a defensive argument on a fundamental issue rather than pointing president obama had twice argue in public that raising taxes in an economic downturn would doom the economy. the president of the united states said that and iran on a proposal. lou: two things that seem peculiar. i would love for both of you to respond. i heard a lot of bonn, abou the tea party. the tea party did not exist in this election. it was a non fctor. why in the world would there be so much concerin the republican party about the tea party. why was there an idea that you're better off today than you were four years ago and pick 2008 as the year, he baseline, and it was a lousy year. in point of fact, just about everybody is. what o you make? very quickly. >> your immediate questn, yes, we were better off than the depths of being in a whole. president clinton explained the argument that we were climbing t. by that time election day, th percentage of people is of the country going in their right correction,saw the economy improving, higher than has been, ronald reagan when he
defense and social security and medicare. they will know which party is trying to destroy working democracy in order to pursue its political ends. they will know who respects the voter and who thumbs his nose at the voter. we go over this cliff and you will not have to ask for whom the bell tolls, it will be tolling for you. leading off tonight, josh green and chris frates of "national journal." you don't have to be as clear as i but try, gentlemen, tonight. it looks to me like one party, once again it's asymmetric. both parties are not screwing around, one is. is that true? >> i think both parties want to go over the cliff. >> both want to go over the cliff? who will get blamed? >> i think republicans will get blamed, but i think republicans at this point fear casting a career-threatening vote to raise taxes instead of waiting four days and letting the cliff -- >> and then they can technically say -- >> they're voting for a tax cut. >> do they presume the voters are that dumb? they think there's a difference? they might think that. >> they might. >> do they think the voters are t
, they get to 11- and-2. they win 29-20. >>> hey, the 49ers announced today that defensive tackle justin smith has a torn left tricep and a bone spur in his elbow. they hope there is a chance that he could join them in the play-offs. >>> the raiders placed tackle seymour on injured reserve with knee and hamstring problems. he had missed the last seven games. he may have played his last game with the radars, because the 33-year-old is set to be a free agent after this year. >>> and now, time for the thursday night top five. no. 5, 49er linebacker larry treated 30 lucky kids to a behind-the-scenes tour of how to train your dragon. no. 4, st. mary's james, in rhode island, 82-59. no. 3, holiday bowl, baylor clobbers ucla. no. 2, belk bowl. 83 yards. 48-32, the final. and no. 1, dallas, just wishing he goes! just tosses it up. and beats the buzzer by a tenth of a second to force overtime. dallas did lose the game to oklahoma city, final of 111- 105. >>> we'll be back. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, the transit celebrating 10 >>> tomorrow, san francisco muni is throwing a birthday party. and you are
defense minister at the time was forced to step down for his handling of the affair. >> coming up later in the program, a look at how the eurozone crisis is making life miserable for greece's rural population. >> but first, here are some other stories making headlines. thousands of sunni muslims are continuing their protests against the iraqi government, demanding the resignation of the prime minister, accusing him of sectarian politics. that's after bodyguards of the sunni finance minister were arrested on terrorism charges last week. >> the president of the central african republic has appealed to france and the u.s. for help against a rebel coalition that has vowed to topple his government. france has declined to intervene against the rebels who have already taken several towns and are now advancing on the capital. >> heavy snow has paralyzed large parts of eastern canada. in montreal, traffic came to a virtual standstill. police are telling people to stay at home, as some areas are expected to receive almost half a year of additional snow. well, we are going to a short break. after
that it is not a defense as you said earlier all that i can do is apologize and say that what we want to do is move forward. >> and so i want to bring a couple of other things up. sir, can you explain that was the violation that you were given on 10-16 and then was on 10-21, you were operating in violation and on 10-28, the following week there is a cab report about a big fight both inside and outside of your restaurant, the police were there? >> christmas... >> october 28th? >> that is the halloween weekend? >> yes. actually there were no fights commissioner. what took place is exactly what i was describing earlier, i stood at the door and we closed all of the doors down. all of these people came from different parties around the city and wanted to get in and i would not let them in. i actually had to tell one of the officers to help me and stand there and disperse the crowd because they did not want to take no for an answer that they cannot answer the premises. >> did you have security? >> i was the only security person. >> you do understand that the extended hours permit requires security. >> that is a
with current realities. >> can i ask a follow-up, because i defense attorney didn't realize those were with the exemptions. was that just the old policy? >> that was the old policy that adronicka and whole foods and cala before it and even the safeway got an exemption and others nearby and had that nearby convenience judgment made and it's a judgment call by the staff person in sacramento. i think that there is an opportunity for us to inform the staff in sacramento. they are just kind of guessing to a certain degree, because they are not on the ground here, how it should the lines be redrawn? >> would it be possible to make them to the land? >> to the what? >> that the recycle has to be maintained there? >> i'm not sure. i was thinking whether san francisco, for instance, could pass an ordinance that took the existing bottle bill and put stronger rules in it? i thought we could do that, but i was told by someone that we're superseding state law and the stores would argue that you can't do that. so i'm not sure. i can't really answer that? >> i think the best way to go about
serious after he missed his first game in 11 years this past sunday in seattle. the 49ers defensive lineman has a partial tricep tear of a tendon near his left elbow sunday in seattle. the team is hoping smith can put off surgery until after the season - that the man they call "cowboy" can play through the pain >> he is a great player but still we have the possibility and heat to get the job done. but he's likely out for sunday's regular season finale against arizonaand >> vernon davis better news for tight end vernon davis who sustained a concussion on this hit - which makes me wince every time i see it - davis was cleared by two doctors to resume non- contact football activity - and was a partial participant in practice today the next steps are for davis to stay symptom free - and then pass the contact testdo that and he can play on sunday >> good news for the seattle seahawks. cornerback richard sherman won his appeal against the n-f-l - as you can see by this photo - tweeted out by one of his teammates today. he was found not guilty of using performance enhancing drugs. however,
the board. cut defense and health. they will be able to reintate a lot of programs and give his caucus the opportunity to say look, i am voting for something. i am voting to restore tax cuts for the middle class. voting to restore great thin things. republicans are in a tough position. no one will say vote to restore the tax cut for rich. this is his game plan from day one. >> eric: what is the a terptive? $250,000 and above? we see obama not oftenning cuts at all. looking for spending. >> kimberly: managing the message very well. conciliatory. >> andrea: boehner did -- boehner has taken heat. in his defense he has taken a ton of flak on this. he has given a terrible hand of cards. but he came to the table. he tried to at least bring something to the floor. mitch mcconnell knows he can't pass anything, any tax cut for everyone under $1 million. kimberly, that wouldn't even pass the senate. >> juan: allow me to introduce a little sanity to this forum. >> andrea: yes, juan. >> juan: say it's incredit to believe me he would say they're far apart. they're not far apart. boehner wants $1 tr
, the cost of the war was not included in the budget except the military and the defense budget. but the additional costs were not reflected in the budget. there were always supplementals. so they didn't show as a deficit. a vendor ackley to the debt. so while the budgets were reasonable in that period of time, the actual spending didn't show in the budget and people didn't pay as much attention to the debt as they do today because it kept mounting and so we borrowed to pay for the war and in fact we didn't ask people to make sacrifices financially. >> there is a difference between borrowing in the future, paying for work and paying back words, we are having to pay right now. people might have felt differently if they had felt the pinch right at that time. we would have asked different questions and were asked, and i think that is one of the reasons we got where we are. and it's where we are. >> on appropriations could you have been any more vocal about it to provide us getting into this situation? >> welcome on was vocal about it. i don't know. when i got on the appropriations
what happened, whether he was there or not. >> secretary of defense robert gates recommended an air strike with no forces inserted on the ground. cia director panetta supported aa raid by special forces. so did secretary of state clinton. vice president biden wanted to wait on further proof that bin laden was indeed there. how contentious did it get among members of your team? there was not consensus. >> it was never contentious because i think everybody understood both the pros and the cons of action. there were doubts that were voiced inside the situation room, but they weren't doubts that weren't going through my own head. people advocating action understood that if this did not work, if we proved to be wrong, there would be severe geopolitical consequences and we might put our brave navy s.e.a.l.s in danger. >> at the meeting the president did not indicate which way he was leaning. >> as we were walking out and walked up together as we walked out of the room, he said, you know, it's time to make a decision. i know it sounds trite. the president's all alone. all alone. >> the pre
a gun. that class usually gets 40 to 50 participants. the lesson included gun safety, self-defense tactics and nonfirearm options for protection. advocates say teachers could stop school shootings like the one at sandy hook elementary if they carry concealed firearms. utah is one of two states that allows individuals with concealed weapons permits to carry their guns in schools. kansas the other state. >>> today protesters will be out in full force at the nation's gun show in chantilly. the social group, code pink, is preparing to demonstrate outside the dulles expo center today. the group interrupted the nra news conference last week with signs and banners. they want stricter regulations when it comes to buying guns. members don't like how guns are more and more acceptable in public places. >> when you're in union station and you come down the escalator and there's a few police there with guns slung over and -- i hate that. >> gun store owners say the protest probably won't make a difference. in fact, the stores have seen an increase in sales because many fear stricter regulations
's coach going back to mark sanchez. ryan said sanchez is more familiar with the bill's defense and i don't like tebow i think he said. just kidding about the last part. it is a bad start for the nets. avery johnson fired as head coach. there are reports that the nets will go all out to recruit superstar coach phil jackson. >> julia: too early. >> eric: we'll go to maria molina. yes, no? i am sorry, check out this video. it is new surveillance video of a tornado stuck in mobile, alabama. there you go. parking lot of a walgreen's store. the strong winds lifting up the cars in the parking lot. fortunately no one was seriously hurt . now, we can talk about going to maria molina . take it away maria. sorry about that. >> no problem. fortunately we'll not see tornadic activity in the south but areas hit hard with tornados in alabama and mississippi will be getting rainfall today. we have a brand new storm system that we are track bringing get more snow on the northeast as we head into torm tomorrow and that storm that just left. expecting a dry day. we got 20 inches was snow in upstate new yor
in defense spending potentially as well. talking $4 trillion -- we are talking $4 trillion in 10 years. they have to come back in 2013 and talked about changes to social security, medicare and address the debt ceiling. host: we have some comments from our facebook page. they reflect the frustration we are seeing. guest: after the election, we heard the president and top republicans say the election is behind us and we can get down to do in the country's business. they both pledged by partisanship. that evaporated within days. everyone is back in their corner blaming the other side and not making much progress at all. business is retrenching. families are holding back on spending. host: why is compromise so difficult? guest: the with the primary system works has carved out the bit.e kila little they get blown back much more quickly on ideas. they are both afraid of the outer wings of their party. it seems compromise is hard to reach. host: we are keeping our eyes on the stock market. the dow jones is down a little bit. headline from "the wall street journal." what impact does this have
is going for his next job in colorado. defensive coach coach for the interim. he is also headed off to colorado. san jose state setting a precedent. all they have a great season next year than when their boat and 29-2. >> a reminder new year's eve is around the corner there is never wavering in here is always the kron 4. the biggest part is a spectacular fireworks. will be on kron fours new year's live show. as those by catherine heenan and gary radnich. kron fours new year's live starts 1130 on new year's >> tens of thousand people in san diego gathered to watch the annual winter schnitzel winter nationals-- weinerschnitzel winter nationals. >> 8 sachshunds raised on a 50 ft. track $4,000 prize and the title sasses leonard all. >> oscar of round dachshund from tucson, arizona was the winner. >> more continues on the project at 25,000 white elie the lights to the deficit is caused by the bay bridge is part of the lights go to our artists villareal . >> project organizers said $8 million, privately funded project is the largest of its kind. >> about four times larger than the eiffel
who knows nothing about economics. social security, defense, medicare, medicaid, the health programs and the cost of interest on our debt are the five -- four main drivers of our debt. five main drivers of our debt. that's not going to change. 50% of our budget. a little bit more when you leave defense in there. we have to cut spending. why won't the president say look, we have to cut spending. it's like social security. we paid in all these years. people paid madoff. >> you're 100% right. revenues go up every year but spending goes up more. craig smith, thank you very much. >>> it's been almost a full hour, almost a full hour since the white house meeting started. ed henry at the white house on what we can glean from there. for an hour. we're 55 minutes into the meeting. is that a good sign or a bad sign? >> it could be a good sign. it's hard to tell but i will note previous times that the president had just speaker boehner over, those meetings would last 45, 50 minutes. now the fact we're getting on to an hour, maybe it will end in the next 30 seconds and my theory will be blown bu
will of it. >> all right. secretary of defense pennetta didn't have a concussion so where is his testimony? let me ask you one other question. senator kerry has been nominated for secretary of state. he's the chairman of the senate foreign relations committee. so is he going to chair this when they do of it? >> i don't know. you asked me a good question, does he have a conflict of interest. people would second guess was he too tough, not tough enough. that's something john needs to think about, whether or not to lead that hearing. but she'll of it and i want to know did she know about all the attacks before september 11th, the april and june attack? and i want to know if it's true that susan rice said the reason she went on tv, susan rice, on the 16th of september, not hillary clinton, was because secretary clinton was tired in counseling people who were grief stricken. >> she told you that? >> she told the world on nbc news. i'm very curious about that. we don't know anything about the president's leadership. i promise your viewers this, before you can close the final chapter on benghazi,
into if you let the government default or whatever goes on this weekend, because basically defense spending will be cut and we'll have new payroll taxes and all tax rates will go up on income tax and estate taxes and all the bad stuff will happen, and how that's good politics. >> look, politicians are creatures of narrow self-interest. from the self-interested standpoint of a republican house member from a safe district who fears a primary challenge, yes, it's better for them to wait three days, cast -- go over the cliff, cast a vote to cut taxes and basically screw all the people who are going to be affected by it preserving their own jobs than it is to agree to a tax increase now and risk the wrath of the tea party right two years from now. >> chris, let me ask you about another possible, i hope it doesn't happen. next tuesday or next wednesday when the market reopens on january 2nd and they fully realize at that point that this cliff has been gone over and the congress has failed to meet its own targets which it set itself when it set this cliff up, who will pay the price if, say, the ma
to pay lower taxes and get more services if you're in defense, you say, we need the money. if you're in agriculture, you see we need subsidized crop insurance. where does it end? in montana, we've had eight years of -- they're not willing to do that in washington, d.c. they just kick the can down the road. >> what does it mean in terms of federal aid or reduction in federal aid if we go over the fiscal cliff and even if we don't go over the cliff, and they come up with a bandaid, you risk losing more federal aid down the road, don't you? >> no question about you. we're a rural state. montana is the size of pefl r. -- pennsylvania, new york. there are federal dollars that pay for maintaining those highways. you can't have a million people pay for all those highways because it connects the entire country. you have forest service, 30% of the land is owned by the federal government. so there's a lot of federal dollars that come to montana. that's part of the system. >> what would be the economic impact, going back to what the farmer was telling us about the situation, if estate taxes
and they happen in defense and in medical as well. how much are those providing services to those sectors of the economy. >> one is my sister. she's a doctor and runs two medical practices here in the philadelphia area and she's a small business owner and it will hit her pretty hard because medicaid payments will be cut. people in other industries, particularly like you had said, tied to defense, those people will be hurting as well. however, if you're in the accounting business, what with the increase of taxes not such a bad year for you next year so it depends on what kind of business you're in. >> oh, yeah. if you prepare tax filings you're going to -- it's great, right? the more complicated the taxes get the better it is for you. it's terrible. >> you got it. legal profession, if you're in temporary services because people want to hire, not such a bad year for you or if you provide some type of technology services that will save companies money or reduce their overhead also not such a bad outlook. it happeneds on the small business that you're in, absolutely, some will go through pain
of the defense establishment? >> oh, sure. hey, look, you guys are one of the good guys. you've started to run the debt clock as well as the time clock so the american people are starting to understand how fat that $16.3 trillion is just growing and growing and growing. the reality of it is if we don't deal with the explosion in entitlement costs, the baby boom is now retiring -- >> so what would you like to see done there specifically? apparently there's no major fix on entitlements coming as any deal this weekend actually. >> that's actually where my frustration is. we go through a month here of agony and every time i turn on my television the talk of the fiscal cliff but the thing that's actually driving us off the fiscal cliff is our debt and the explosion in the entitlements and yet that's the very thing we avoid dealing with. you ask about what we should do? look, those on the republican side on the house have voted for the ryan budget and others which actually gave a vision of how to put market forces into entitlement spending. if you don't like the idea, give us another suggestion, but
are asking themselves which one will shoulder the blame if we goefr the cliff with tax hikes and defense cuts. >> i think those states that rely on the contractors are going to be equally unhappy with hee pub cans and democrats. they are going to ask why is it can't. >> the other aspect is the price of milk. because congress didn't pass a farm bill this year the strange system of supports from 1949 would go into effect that would praise t raids the price of milk there. may be some kind of a fix thif they can get a passed this year. congress realizes something like this just like the tax issue it affects about everyone. >> it can get to be a real expense for families with children. the top five stories making news at this hour. herbert norman swoerts could have schwarzkopf died of complications from membpneumoni. he drove sadam shhussein seas forces out of kuwait. george bush who approved the coalition approved the comment: schwarzkopf received numerous honors including three stars. >> did she or did she not force the head of the epa to resign. she resigned for new challenges and time with her
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smith's arm injury being categorized and defense surrounded 73 points. his back up ready to go, again. >> just been getting feedndf1k back. thick things i can do better and we're trying to separate it in between. >> in arizona against arizona raiders injury season comes to an end on sunday. carson palmer out with cracked ribs. head coach said sunday, the quarterback isn't ready to be a back up. today, took as many snaps as matt linered. and this you want to have both ready. we've been splitting up both. >> women will face off as top two teams in the nation, cardinals number one. the huskies, number two. the squad lost last year, one of thec0pñ two losses on the season in their favor, saturday. home court advantage. cardinals winner of 82 straight. >> excited we're playing here. we have done well. i think the team played well. you know? we know it's not. that is not going to be the deciding factor we have to play well. make baskets well. ne it's what we do on the course. >> this is abc 7 sports report brought to you by mercedes-benz. >> thank you so much. >> hope you can join me tonig
% of cases are decided by a plea bargain between the prosecutor and the defense lawyer. and i said, what kind of a system is that? it is not a perfect system. system. there are problems. the important thing for us, i think, is keep working on them. your job is to go participate and take part. if you do not like it, it convinced the majority to go your way. if you do not like what is going on, there are legal aid societies. go into a courtroom. it is a messy system. it is not terribly efficient. hamilton and the others hoped it would be a kind of guarantee for certain basic liberties. i believe in that or would not spend so much time added. -- or i would not spend so much time at it. yes? >> thank you. i write the mitchell report. as i was listening to the beginning of this conversation, i was reminded of a wonderful conversation that took place probably 30 years ago between bill moyers and a former justice talking about the constitution. this question goes to what is at the heart of constitutionalism and the rule of law. in the course of that conversation, after a long discussion about consti
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